LSAT Private Tutoring in Bogota
Bogota students can achieve their score goals for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) with Manhattan Review's test prep services. Higher LSAT scores quite simply lead to better chances of selective law school acceptance, and our company offers a number of ways to effectively prepare for this rigorous examination. Students who learn best in groups should further investigate our LSAT prep courses, which may be taken either at convenient sites in Bogota or online. Law school applicants in need of individual instruction may pursue their own LSAT challenges exclusively with our one-on-one LSAT tutoring, likewise available in online or on-site formats. Manhattan Review also provides LSAT practice tests, which are essential to LSAT preparation. These practice assessments allow students and teachers to evaluate strengths and weaknesses and precisely target areas of need. Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that has produced tens of thousands of favorable test scores since our company was founded in 1999. Learn more about our Bogota LSAT services by getting in touch with us today, either by phone, by email, or online.
Detailed statistics on the LSAT are widely and publicly available, and this gives LSAT students an advantage that takers of other graduate-level standardized tests do not have. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) collects and reports extensive data on the LSAT and law school admissions. Students can easily learn the LSAT scores that are most likely to lead to admission to most of the law schools accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). LSAC statistics show that Emory University School of Law, for example, strongly prefers applicants with LSAT scores of 165 or higher. The acceptance rate at Emory for all students with LSAT scores of 165-180 was almost 85% in the most recent cycle. The overall admit rate at Emory Law was about 34%, but students with LSAT scores between 160 and 164 were only 24% likely to gain acceptance, and the rate dropped significantly thereafter (19% for scores of 150-159 and 3% for scores below 150). Even applicants with less-than-stellar GPAs received a substantial advantage from high LSAT scores. Emory applicants with GPAs of 3.0-3.25 and below 3.0 enjoyed respective acceptance rates of 83% and 63% if their LSAT scores were 165 or higher.
Manhattan Review's LSAT prep courses and LSAT private tutoring in Bogota and other world cities consistently facilitate high-quality law school applications and elite law school acceptances. A short list of the law schools that have admitted former Manhattan Review students includes Yale, the University of Chicago, Harvard, New York University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of California-Berkeley, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, Notre Dame, Washington University in St. Louis, the College of William & Mary, the University of California-Los Angeles, Emory, Stanford, Columbia, and the University of Michigan. Manhattan Review's LSAT clients finish their law degrees and go on to become practicing attorneys for Fortune 500 companies, major law firms, government agencies, and organizations that work on behalf of the public interest. Start getting ready for law school in Bogota today with Manhattan Review's LSAT prep services for area students.
LSAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
Hello, I just wanted to let you know that the current class that i am taking is really helping my studies. George has been a great help and I thank you for fitting the class into my busy schedule.
- Simone (This student prepared for the LSAT with us)
Primary Course Venue:
Bogota Marriott Hotel
Av. El Dorado # 69b - 53
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Bogota LSAT Tutor: Bartolo A.
Bartolo A., a native of Mexico City, holds a bachelor's degree in English from Johns Hopkins University and a juris doctor from the College of Law at the University of Illinois. He worked as a lawyer and LSAT educator in the Chicago area before relocating to Bogota in 2017, and he has now been teaching LSAT prep courses and individual tutoring programs for nine years.
Bartolo is constantly refining his LSAT teaching in response to student comments. "My students help me understand what I'm doing right as well as what I can improve," he says. "I think of teaching as more of a journey than a destination." Bartolo's efforts as an LSAT educator have led to more than 500 acceptances to top law schools in the United States.